DASPA CEO seeks to clarify regulation which mandates taxi drivers to the Douglas-Charles Airport Route to obtain a permit
A regulation which mandates taxi drivers who operate the Douglas-Charles Airport Route to obtain a permit, has been clarified by the Dominica Air & Sea Ports Authority.
A notice was issued last month to all tourism related organizations, reminding them of the existing legislation in that regard.
CEO of DASPA, Benoit Bardouille, stressed that the taxi drivers permit for the Douglas-Charles Airport does not apply to private vehicles.
Chapter 4.701 of the Melville Hall regulations states that any persons wishing to conduct business at the airport must have the approval of the Airport Manager.
Bardouille says while the regulation is not new, there is a need to remind tourism associations.
CEO of DASPA Benoit Bardouille
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